They roamed the skies during Tarkir. They were the fearsome beasts from the east. Dragons are always an all-time favourite in the realm of Magic: The Gathering. They have the most utility support cards in the current format. All of which require you to either control a dragon or reveal a dragon upon casting. With the release of BFZ/OGW, dragons have stopped seeing much play unlike before. They are the terror in the skies but once dealt with, their threat is nothing compared to the might of the Eldrazi. But, with the new rotation around the corner, I believe that dragons will be seen roaming the skies once again.
Hello everyone, today we are going to talk about card selection. Most of the time, its easy to know which card is better by simply looking at the mana cost and effects. Like for example, a Lightning Bolt is better than a Lightning Strike because it's cheaper to cast, a Boil is better than a Boiling Seas because it's Instant speed. However sometimes, there are cards that are similar in effects and its hard to determine which one is better.
With the impending release of Shadows Over Innistrad, we have come to the new Standard format, where new decks will emerge and new cards being used to tackle the archetypes.
There is, however, one card that makes my White Weenie heart flutter:
The evolution of Standard has always been evolving ever since it has been implemented in the world we call Magic: The Gathering. The flow of the game has always been dictated by the newest cards from the most newest set, and with the imminent arrival of Shadows Over Innistrad, some of the most important cards that defined Standard for a year and half will be gone forever, sucked into the crevices of all your junk folders, or making it to your Modern decks to shine even more.
Hi fellow classmates, I’m Jeffrey, a friend of Team Classroom Adrian Tan. I’m considered new to Magic competitive scene as I started to play Magic since Khans of Tarkir and my competitive journey during the early 2015/2016 season’s Modern season. First of all, this is first time I piloted my deck to my first ever TOP 8 in PPTQ. I’d attended only 3 PPTQs so far due to location and budget issues, as I’m a student and I came all the way from Perak to join events.
Hey guys, today I wanna talk about something other than deck tech. It's probably the first time I write about mindsets so far. Here are the 5 basic mindsets that I think is very important for all Magic players.